Counted eight Comcast/Xfinity vans at a Lakewood, Colorado Del Taco…on a Saturday at 12:30! Now you know why they quote you several hours for a window!
Denver, Colorado — The Mile High City — ranks number one (#1) in a survey of Americans about cities they desired to live in. Denver won over New York, Los Angeles, Miami and others in the Pew survey. Living in Denver for over four years now, it’s easy to see why it’s a desirable city to live:
- The Rocky Mountains
- Number one North American transit agency: RTD
- Lower unemployment (compared to rest of nation)
- Better quality of life
- 300 days of sunshine per year
- Better winters (when compared to the Midwest and Northeast)
- Active, progressive city
- Great nightlife
- Strong business community
- Great universities and research centers
I loved Denver so much that I decided to stay during a one week vacation. Its been a great place to live and my life couldn’t be better overall! Come to Colorado. Refresh your life. Live your best life yet!
Each year, millions of family and friends gather around food to share in a day of thanks. However, I’d like to remind the world that Thanksgiving is more than just food. It’s about people, relationships and the less fortunate. I’ve put together a simple video that I hope you’ll enjoy. It’s a call to human beings to rise to the occasion to make the world a better place.
Just got home from having a late dinner at The Cheesecake Factory. Goodness. I didn’t realize how much food I’d be up against. However, it was DELICIOUS! I’ll probably fall asleep at any moment now …
I have to say: I’m really lovin’ having an apartment near Downtown Denver (four blocks, “Uptown”, even though it feels like Downtown proper). Everything is within walking distance: Great restaurants, bars, bookstores, coffee shops, movies, etc.
Being a single guy, I really think this was a good move. Next Tuesday will be two weeks living Downtown. Things are going well.
(As of this very moment, I’m having a late dinner — Fish Tacos — at the Tavern Uptown and a few rum-n-cokes, while watching random TV screens and listening to random songs on the jukebox. Did I mention the Tavern is only two blocks away from the apartment? It’s great!)